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A Meteor impact? On September 11 2013, astronomers spotted a bright flash of light on the moon.

According to new data, this mysterious light resulted from an asteroid, meteor or comets smashing on the lunar surface. A new crater about 34 meters in diameter has been discovered on the Moon’s surface.

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Amazing video of lunar impact blast on 11th September 2013 by spanish astronomer Jose Maria Madiedo.

Moon Impacts Detection and Analysis System (MIDAS) detected the eight seconds flash of light on September 11, 2013. These are usually little more than blips, but the impact last year was visible for more than eight seconds. It’s the largest impact ever detected by MIDAS.

The new crater appeared in Mare Nubium. With updated images of Mare Nubium, it’s clear a new crater formed. The new images even show ejecta scattered around the site. The new crater is 34 meters (111 feet) in diameter. The object that triggered the crater was no more than a few meters across.

These findings were presented in a scientific paper called ‘A large lunar impact blast on 2013 September 11‘.

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Pacu fish are sometimes caught in US waters.

Pretty weird when you know they are native of South America.

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The human-like teeth of the pacu fish. Photo: Wikipedia

US lakes and ponds normally contains trout, bass and catfish. But, occasionally, they become the dumping grounds for more exotic species such as pacu. Also known as the testicule-biting fish, pacu is native of South America, cousin of the piranha), and has oddly human-like teeth.

Every once in a while across the USA residents catch one of these freaky fish. This was the case of Susan Aavang, an Ahwatukee angler, which caught a 3.5 pounds pacu in a pond near an Ahwatukee elementary school, Arizona. Last month in Michigan’s Lake St. Claire, a woman and her husband also caught this strange looking fish.

How do they get there?

Basically, because aquarium owners allegedly dumped them for being too scary and aggressive…especially when it comes to their alleged appetite nuts (human testicles). This behavior is called aquarium dumping and getting caught in the act can cost owners their fishing license and financial damages.

But don’t worry, pacu have little impact on local fish populations, don’t ordinarily reproduce in US water habitats and don’t bite people.

Pacu fish are known for their flat, rounded teeth ressembling those of humans. They feed on vegetation, fruit and nuts. So unless your balls are made of salad, you have nothing to worry about.

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Cloud seeding is a form of weather modification!

And it is being used by NASA and officials in drought prone areas (nowadays California) to get more rain.

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This image explaining cloud seeding shows the chemical either silver iodide or dry ice being dumped onto the cloud, which then becomes a rain shower.

The usual intent of cloud seeding is to increase precipitation (rain or snow), but hail and fog suppression are also widely practiced in airports.

Since 1981, the Santa Barbara County Water Agency conducts a weather modification program better known as “cloudseeding” to augment rainfall and runoff in watersheds behind the major water reservoirs. In other words, they disperse substances into the air to enhance cloud condensation or ice nuclei.

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Weather Modification: Cloud Seeding mechanism

In 2009, Sierra Nevada officials used a silver iodide solution to fight another California drought. And the State of California (and Colorado) still plans using weather modification as part of its new 2013 Water Plan.

Moreover, drones bring in new economical solutions for cloud seeding. The state of Nevada was one of six selected test sites by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) in December 2013. The Nevada government is hoping to break into the global weather modification international market by working with this new technology. Indeed, this strange method is used worldwide.

I this video, watch NASA launch a massive rocket that results in a downpour of rain:

The most common chemicals used for cloud seeding include silver iodide, potassium iodide and dry ice (solid carbon dioxide). Silver iodide can cause temporary incapacitation or possible residual injury to humans and mammals with intense or continued but not chronic exposure. However it has no or only negligible environmental impacts.

So weather modification is really happening! The chemtrail conspiration theory is living!

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UFO sightings over Portsmouth? At least, the Met Office say it ISN’T a cloud!

So what is this mysterious object flying above Portsmouth at dusk on September 16, 2014?

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What is this weird silver object in the sky of Portsmouth?

After looking the picture, I first thought about a small lenticular clouds darkened by sunset. I am probably wrong as weather experts dismissed suggestions the object was a cloud! A weather expert even said: After looking at the images, I can say the object is nothing to do with the weather. There is no meteorological explanation for it. It’s not a cloud.

So wtf is that unidentified flying object?

Multiple residents have reported what appears to be a UFO on Tuesday evening, September 16, 2014 at around 7 p.m. The weird dark-grey hovering object flew in the dusk sky of Portsmouth. According to witnesses it was too fast to be an airplane. After looking at the pictures, weather experts also rule out the possibility that the object was a cloud.

Here a few reports:

I don’t believe in UFOs, but when I saw this I didn’t know what it was. It didn’t look like a cloud, and it was moving very fast. It was a grey, disc-like shape, which I know sounds like a stereotypical UFO, but that’s what it looked like. I don’t know much about military aircraft, but this was very fast-moving and very odd to see.

My initial thought was it was an aeroplane, but it was just moving too quickly. I was the only one that saw it but was quick enough to take the picture. I definitely believe in UFOs and am very interested in science fiction, and often look up at the sky in the evening wondering if there is anything or anyone else out there.

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Portsmouth has been spooked after a disc-shaped UFO was spotted hovering above houses. Photo: The UFO in the sky taken by Lewis Rogers.

The UFO sightings was also reported on Twitter with the hashtag pompeyufo. And there are a bunch of sightings?

So is this a real ufo spacecraft? Or just another freak optical illusion?

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Are these eggs from real aliens? Or is it simply another weird natural phenomena?

At least scientists cannot tell yet where did these unidentified green alien balls on Sydney beach come from?

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What are these mysterious alien balls that washed on Sydney’s beach?

Something unexpected and almost unreal washed up on a Sydney’s Dee Why Beach. It’s so weird that beachgoers describe them as ‘alien airballs’. Although looking like objects coming directly from another planet, these round balls are suspected to be a rare type of living algae. Scientists believe they were brought ahsore by warmer weather and rough conditions.

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These green balls are most probably a rare sponge-like organism. It is however unknown why they form egg balls!

But why are these algae forming balls?

The balls are thought to be an extremely rare species of filamentous green algae. The living organisms are known in Japan as ‘Marumo’ and Cladophora ball or Lake ball in English, and are sometimes found in freshwater lakes in the Northern Hemisphere. ‘Aegagropilious’ describes the habit of free living algae (algae not attached to rocks) forming into balls.

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These mystery balls look like real aliens eggs!

Floating algae balls are thought to be brought ashore by warmer weather and the rough wave conditions. It’s unknown why the algae forms into balls. Scientists think it’s a defense mechanism against hungry fish. Others suggest that this form may help them roll back into the water and avoid drying out when they wash ashore.

In any cases, I would really imagine real alien eggs looking like these mysterious algae balls! And you?

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